Food Huggers

Everybody trying to eat in a more healthy way knows the “secret” lies in fresh fruits and vegetables. Every frugal cook does her best to avoid unnecessary food waste. But what if you’re both frugal and healthy? You see the potential problem here, right?

Whether you’re whipping up a quick healthy lunch for one or simply following a nutritious recipe to the letter, at some point, you’re going to end up with leftover halves of some of your freshest ingredients. Avocados are the most likely culprits, of course, but it could happen with tomatoes, eggplants, cucumbers, apples and more!

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So what’s a healthy, frugal cook to do? The answer is so much better than simply sticking that fruit or veggie back into the fridge and hoping for the best: HUG your food.

Yes, we said hug it— specifically, with a Food Hugger! These easy and smart little silicone life-savers are going to help you cut your fresh food waste way, way down, and keep your favorite ingredients fresher for SO much longer. Just watch our video below to see what we mean and to see these brilliant inventions in action!





How great are those? We love the bright, happy colors of these Food Huggers, and that they come in different sizes to “hug” every fruit and vegetable we love, from the tiniest lime to the biggest eggplant.

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So what makes a Food Hugger better than, say, a simple plastic bag? A Food Hugger works better because it replicates what the skin of the fruit or vegetable does naturally: keeping the delicious flesh inside safe from outside elements, and therefore fresh to eat! A plastic baggie, on the other hand, essentially suffocates the veggie or the fruit, which just hurries along the going-bad process.

Plus, you just throw out plastic bags after each use. Food Huggers, on the other hand? They’re reusable, dishwasher-safe, and compact to store! What more could a healthy and frugal home cook want?

So what do you think? Will you be “hugging” your food from now on? Have you ever tried anything similar before? What other food waste struggles have you face?